Beetleloop Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Beetleloop Guest House Nelspruit
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... a little lower quality than where we were yesterday. Our bungalow is very simple. Two beds, one fridge, one sink. Only two plug ins...one for the Air Conditioner and one for the fridge. We had to decide: to charge all our electronics, camera's and phones....do we sacrifice the AC or the fridge? Our pop and water are getting warmer as I type. Bathroom and shower? Notta, had to do that at the public washrooms earlier. it's now 9:40...time for ...
... to see a new part of the country. Nelspruit was a large city. The B’n’B was very nice- a large, big open partly thatched house. By the time we checked in and went to our rooms it was already after 4pm.
I loved our room, it was very unique, it had its own deck and a huge bath. We relaxed at the B’n’B for the rest ...
... our bed she told herself was a bird but inspecting the half eaten soap on the floor the next morning would confirm the truth that this was no bird in the night. We had a yummy braai (bbq) on the night and a mouse ran on to Nomie’s plate, thus Tim had to deal with it by giving it a stern kick into the bush. Moments later it was back to finish what it started to which another (bigger kick) sent it flying. Again, it returned, to which, we realised, this was ...
... at the Lodge hasn't been reliable. Holgar took us to Riverside Mall which was interesting in that nearly all parking spaces were covered and parking "attendants" were roaming everywhere. Holgar told us those people, even though in something of a uniform, were not paid and worked for tips (which varies by time but we got the impression it ran about 1 to 2 Rand per hour.
The Internet cafe that Holgar was intending to visit was being ...
... leopard of the trip.
At another "hide" called Ntandanyathi (don't ask us to pronounce that) we saw probably more small birds of different varieties than any other spot. The most colorful one was a Crested Barber. Also saw a Woodland Kingfisher and a couple Hamerkops. About 70m away was a medium-size Monitor lizard facing away from us. One hippo with a turtle on its back was laying in a small pool below us. ...